Other tobacco giants may follow where PMI leads into the Baltic states

Global tobacco companies could be looking to the Baltic states, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, for expansion after having had to cut operations in Ukraine and Russia.

Philip Morris International (PMI) has already said it is investing €3.5m to expand production of cigarette and tobacco products at its factory in Klaipėda, Lithuania. This will include heated tobacco consumables as well as conventional cigarette brands.

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